I now headed to Journey Behind the Falls point. I took the tickets and raincoats (yellow), and was taken down the elevator (This was the case even with Maid of The Mist). I entered a tunnel with various points to see the falls from the sides. I saw the photos of the erosion, history of
I looked at my watch. It was . I wanted to stop Time and wait there forever. I never wanted to go back, however I had to go. This article will end, my words will end, my thoughts will end, but what will not end is the experience my body and soul had. I felt like this only when I took a bath in the Holy Ganges.
In the evening, I saw Imax movie. The movie was called, “
As the sun set around , the illumination of the Falls began. I was waiting anxiously and at around I saw the illumination. First white color was used. Later red, purple, yellow, green and many others were used. It was a visual treat. My camera was not good enough to capture, although I experimented with so many settings. Around when I finally had to leave the place, said “Bye” to this natural wonder. One of the tourists there was talking and commenting that once the water dries up or the rocks completely get eroded, the tourists will no longer come and all the business here will go to zero. I thought for a moment. Everything comes to an end, but how something lived as long as it was alive matters the most. Death is certain, but not necessarily the actions we do. The goal of life must be to do something that will continue to live even we die or the universe comes to an end. Many times, presence of just a few people is sufficient in our lives to steer through crisis. Most of the times, however, our actions must define our presence.
Man has conquered many aspects of nature, built towers higher and wider than this, but can anyone beat the majesty of this incarnation of nature? Both Nature’s fury and beauty are beyond adjectives of all languages.